June 20, 2006
Unfortunately, it’s not enough to be patient with someone for a moment . . . we’re to stand by them through the long haul. So how do we stick it out through thick and thin?
June 19, 2006
Children seem to have a knack for wearing us down. After a long day, our patience runs thin. And yet the Bible says we’re to exude this quality with those we love.
June 16, 2006
First Corinthians 13: 4 says, “Love is not proud.” Instead, true love builds up . . . it takes the focus away from “me” and places it onto others. A powerful discussion on love and relationships.
June 15, 2006
“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast” . . . these biblical guidelines for love can seem far fetched. Especially when the feeling and emotions of love fade away. This biblical truth will revolutionize our relationships.
June 14, 2006
What an amazing concept . . . that we don’t have to earn God’s favor! A description of our craving for acceptance and God’s unconditional love . . . no strings attached. Encouragement for today!
June 13, 2006
When we express affection for someone we love, it’s natural for us to want love expressed in return. God lavishes love on us expecting nothing in return. Join us for a fascinating discussion.
June 12, 2006
It’s nearly impossible to put the love of God into words. He loves us without condition. In fact, there’s not a single thing we can do to earn His favor. Don’t miss this practical conversation!
June 9, 2006
Trying to define love is the same as describing the way a sunset paints the sky or how the grass tickles your toes. Love isn’t easy to define . . . but it does have a definition . . . many definitions in fact.
June 8, 2006
What’s your definition of love? Is it a sentiment, an obligation, a nuisance, a “warm fuzzy feeling”? Let’s delve into this very question.
June 7, 2006
Just as lyrics and melody intertwine to create a beautiful song, so your actions and words combined show love. Love is something we all think we understand . . . and yet never fully grasp. Let’s dive into the depths of defining love.